Poetry Writing Workshop
Found Poems: Finding Poems in Everyday Life and Conversations
Saturday, April 1 | 1:00-4:00pm | Saranac Lake Free Library
Elizabeth Cohen will lead a three-hour writing workshop on finding ways to inspire yourself. Open to all levels of writers! Pre-registration required (see below). All you need are your own writing materials and a gallon of enthusiasm. Pay online here, or bring cash/check with you to the workshop.
About the workshop leader: Elizabeth Cohen is the author of the memoir The Family On Beartown Road (Random House), the short story collection The Hypothetical Girl (Split Oak Press), the poetry collections The Economist’s Daughter (Ecstatic Utterance) and What the Trees Said (Split Oak Press), and co-author of the nonfiction book The Scalpel and the Silver Bear (Bantam). Her essays, articles, and poetry have appeared in Newsweek, People, the New York Times Magazine, Yale Review, among others. She has taught at Binghamton University, University of New Mexico, the New School for Social Research, and Western Connecticut State University. She holds a BA from University of New Mexico, an MA in Documentary Filmmaking from Temple University, and an MFA in Poetry from Columbia University.
Registration fee: $40. To register, fill in the form below: